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Parents descended on Jantar Mantar with the demand of BAN on PUBG, this is the reason

Dayadra Mandal, Kolkata:


On Tuesday, the parents of Delhi's parents gathered at the Jantar-Mantar of the capital, demanding a ban on online game PUB G, being made to become favorites. All of the protesters under the banner o…






Dayadra Mandal, Kolkata:


On Tuesday, the parents of Delhi's parents gathered at the Jantar-Mantar of the capital, demanding a ban on online game PUB G, being made to become favorites. All of the protesters under the banner of the National Akali Dal demanded a ban on the pajji. Parents are telling the reason behind this.

Today, games like PUB G and Fornite have not only become children but have also become a problem for the elderly. These games have also taken the lives of many children. Parents protested against Jantar Mantar, under the leadership of Paramjit Singh Pamma, president of the National Akali Dal, who had won the title of the most angry person in the country on Tuesday. After the Protest, a memorandum was sent to Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. Party activists burn effigies of mobile games


On this occasion Paramjit Singh Pamma said that it is a matter of great sadness that such games are spoiling the future of our children. They are also taking the children to the path of death. It is the responsibility of the government to take strict action against such people to ban such games.
Parents said that the Guardian was scared by the recent incident in Madhya Pradesh. A 16-year-old teenager dies after heart attack, after playing a game and losing in it. Pamma said that if such type of games were not stopped at the time of time then it could be even more dangerous for the youngsters. The protesters later demanded the ban to play the games of children's lives by giving a memorandum to Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. The memorandum demands that such games be banned immediately. Not only that, those who bring these games have stern action. Apart from this, no such game should be brought in the country in the future, proper law should be made for this. Parents in attendance were present in large number of demonstrators including Daljeet Singh Chaggar, Bindia Malhotra, Ashok Chowk, Usha Nischal Gurpal Singh, Manjeet Singh, Jasvir Singh Sarna, Rashmati Kaur Bindra, Shankar Gogiya and Jitin Sohar.

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